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Go beyond the weekday broadcast with the daily "CBS This Morning Podcast.” Listen to in-depth and insightful conversations with newsmakers, authors, executives, celebrities and CBS News reporters. 


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Latest Episodes

Morning News: Ambassador implicates President in a “quid pro quo.” In Atlanta debate, Democrats unite over impeachment but clash on experience.

Ambassador Gordon Sondland implicates President Trump and other top administration officials in a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine. And new testimony raises questions about what Ukraine knew, and when. President Trump watched just part of Gordon Sondland's testimony, before claiming that a September 9th phone call with the E.U. ambassador exonerates him. Democrats unite over impeachment, while clashing on who has the right kind of experience for the White House. New surveillance video shown to CBS News reveals the final moments before an 18-month-old girl fell to her death from the deck of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.

17 MIN13 h ago
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Morning News: Ambassador implicates President in a “quid pro quo.” In Atlanta debate, Democrats unite over impeachment but clash on experience.

Jerry Rice on his Legendary Career, the NFL Today and Life After Football

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" co-host Dana Jacobson to reflect on his NFL career and share his thoughts on the league today. He co-wrote the new book "America's Game: The NFL at 100" and he tells Jacobson about his favorite highlights in NFL history. He also explains why he doesn't necessarily agree with kneeling during the National Anthem. Plus, Rice shares why he doesn't play fantasy football, how he gets recognized from "Dancing With The Stars" and watching his son play football.

17 MIN17 h ago
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Jerry Rice on his Legendary Career, the NFL Today and Life After Football

MacArthur Fellow on the Intersection of Race, Immigration and Mass Incarceration

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, UCLA professor Kelly Lytle Hernandez joins CBS News' Anne Marie Green to discuss her reaction to earning a MacArthur Fellowship for her work regarding immigration and mass incarceration in the United States. Lytle Hernandez discusses the history of immigration in the U.S. and how that history is still impacting policy today. She's written books including "Migra! A History of the U.S. Border Patrol" and "City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellion, and the Rise of Human Caging in Los Angeles, 1771–1965."

30 MIN1 d ago
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MacArthur Fellow on the Intersection of Race, Immigration and Mass Incarceration

Morning News: Ambassador with a direct line to Pres. Trump to testify today. Democrats will face off in fifth debate.

Today we will hear testimony from a highly anticipated witness in the impeachment inquiry who could bring the investigation directly to President Trump. Democrats running for president will face off for the fifth time tonight. Two guards accused of not checking on Jeffrey Epstein the day he died in New York have pleaded not guilty to charges of falsifying records and conspiracy. Syracuse University is taking action after a series of racist and anti-Semitic incidents were reported on campus.

16 MIN1 d ago
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Morning News: Ambassador with a direct line to Pres. Trump to testify today. Democrats will face off in fifth debate.

Morning News: Public impeachment hearings continue amid new revelations. A Colorado man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his fiancé.

Hours before today's public impeachment hearings, there are new revelations from an official who overheard a call to President Trump -- in a restaurant. Two hostages, including an American, were freed overnight in a rare prisoner swap with the Taliban. The men had been held captive for more than three years. The White House is dismissing skepticism surrounding President Trump's health after a recent, and unannounced hospital visit. A Colorado man, Patrick Frazee, will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his fiancé, Kelsey Berreth. This morning, around a hundred pro-democracy protesters are barricaded inside a Hong Kong university, in a tense standoff with police. CBS News has confirmed charges could come as soon as today against two of Jeffrey Epstein's guards at a jail in New York City. There are new signs today of the avalanche of backlash following Prince Andrew's BBC interview about Jeffrey Epstein.

16 MIN2 d ago
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Morning News: Public impeachment hearings continue amid new revelations. A Colorado man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his fiancé.

School Matters: Khan Academy Works to Make Education Free to Anyone, Anywhere

Only on the “CBS This Morning”podcast, Khan Academy founder Sal Khan joins co-host Tony Dokoupil to discuss his organization’s mission of providing a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere through the use of videos and software. Khan acknowledges the benefits of America offering free, mass public education but also points to some of the downfalls of the American educational system. He explains why it's important for students to learn at their own pace with a goal of mastering the content, rather than needing to move on to the next lesson while still having gaps in understanding.

23 MIN2 d ago
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School Matters: Khan Academy Works to Make Education Free to Anyone, Anywhere

Morning News: Tear gas and rubber bullets fired at protesters in Hong Kong. Eight witnesses to testify in impeachment hearings this week.

There is a stand-off this morning at one of Hong Kong?s universities, where protesters are facing a new ultimatum from police. Four people were killed in an ambush-style shooting overnight at a party in California. It could be a blockbuster week of testimony this week in the impeachment hearings. Prince Andrew is panned for what he said during his BBC interview about Jeffrey Epstein. We speak to the journalist who conducted that controversial interview.

16 MIN3 d ago
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Morning News: Tear gas and rubber bullets fired at protesters in Hong Kong. Eight witnesses to testify in impeachment hearings this week.

Reporter's Notebook: Uncovering a Possible Pay-To-Play Scheme for Ambassador Role

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News chief investigative correspondent Jim Axelrod and CBS News producer Michael Kaplan join national correspondent Errol Barnett to discuss their investigation that uncovered a possible pay-for-play scheme involving the Republican National Committee and President Donald Trump's nominee for ambassador to the Bahamas. They share details of the emails they obtained that show the nominee, San Diego billionaire Doug Manchester, was asked by the RNC to donate half a million dollars as his confirmation in the Senate hung in the balance. Plus, Axelrod and Kaplan how America is unusual when it comes to its use of political appointees for ambassador positions.

26 MIN3 d ago
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Reporter's Notebook: Uncovering a Possible Pay-To-Play Scheme for Ambassador Role

Morning News: California high school shooting kills two. Day two of historic public hearings in the house impeachment inquiry.

A student at a California high school is accused of killing two others, on his sixteenth birthday. Investigators search for a motive and we hear from two sisters who saw it all. Impeachment proceedings resume on Capitol Hill with testimony from the former ambassador to Ukraine, who says the president's lawyer plotted to get rid of her. A death row inmate in Texas whose case gained national attention could learn today whether the U.S. Supreme Court will hear his case. A manhunt is intensifying around Roanoke, Virginia, for an AWOL marine accused of murder. Venice, Italy -- already dealing with catastrophic flooding -- is bracing for a high tide today that could reach nearly twice the normal level.

16 MIN6 d ago
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Morning News: California high school shooting kills two. Day two of historic public hearings in the house impeachment inquiry.

Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief on the 'Rotten Movies We Love'

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, the editor-in-chief of the film review website Rotten Tomatoes, Joel Meares, joins CBS News' Jamie Wax to discuss their new book, "Rotten Movies We Love: Cult Classics, Underrated Gems, and Films So Bad They're Good." Meares says the book explores movies that have had "a journey since their release" and our view of them has changed with time, such as the 2009 movie "Jennifer's Body" and the 1991 Steven Spielberg film "Hook." Meares explains why critics' reviews don't always coincide with public opinion and the role of criticism in the industry.

25 MIN6 d ago
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Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief on the 'Rotten Movies We Love'

Latest Episodes

Morning News: Ambassador implicates President in a “quid pro quo.” In Atlanta debate, Democrats unite over impeachment but clash on experience.

Ambassador Gordon Sondland implicates President Trump and other top administration officials in a “quid pro quo” with Ukraine. And new testimony raises questions about what Ukraine knew, and when. President Trump watched just part of Gordon Sondland's testimony, before claiming that a September 9th phone call with the E.U. ambassador exonerates him. Democrats unite over impeachment, while clashing on who has the right kind of experience for the White House. New surveillance video shown to CBS News reveals the final moments before an 18-month-old girl fell to her death from the deck of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.

17 MIN13 h ago
Comments
Morning News: Ambassador implicates President in a “quid pro quo.” In Atlanta debate, Democrats unite over impeachment but clash on experience.

Jerry Rice on his Legendary Career, the NFL Today and Life After Football

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" co-host Dana Jacobson to reflect on his NFL career and share his thoughts on the league today. He co-wrote the new book "America's Game: The NFL at 100" and he tells Jacobson about his favorite highlights in NFL history. He also explains why he doesn't necessarily agree with kneeling during the National Anthem. Plus, Rice shares why he doesn't play fantasy football, how he gets recognized from "Dancing With The Stars" and watching his son play football.

17 MIN17 h ago
Comments
Jerry Rice on his Legendary Career, the NFL Today and Life After Football

MacArthur Fellow on the Intersection of Race, Immigration and Mass Incarceration

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, UCLA professor Kelly Lytle Hernandez joins CBS News' Anne Marie Green to discuss her reaction to earning a MacArthur Fellowship for her work regarding immigration and mass incarceration in the United States. Lytle Hernandez discusses the history of immigration in the U.S. and how that history is still impacting policy today. She's written books including "Migra! A History of the U.S. Border Patrol" and "City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellion, and the Rise of Human Caging in Los Angeles, 1771–1965."

30 MIN1 d ago
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MacArthur Fellow on the Intersection of Race, Immigration and Mass Incarceration

Morning News: Ambassador with a direct line to Pres. Trump to testify today. Democrats will face off in fifth debate.

Today we will hear testimony from a highly anticipated witness in the impeachment inquiry who could bring the investigation directly to President Trump. Democrats running for president will face off for the fifth time tonight. Two guards accused of not checking on Jeffrey Epstein the day he died in New York have pleaded not guilty to charges of falsifying records and conspiracy. Syracuse University is taking action after a series of racist and anti-Semitic incidents were reported on campus.

16 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Morning News: Ambassador with a direct line to Pres. Trump to testify today. Democrats will face off in fifth debate.

Morning News: Public impeachment hearings continue amid new revelations. A Colorado man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his fiancé.

Hours before today's public impeachment hearings, there are new revelations from an official who overheard a call to President Trump -- in a restaurant. Two hostages, including an American, were freed overnight in a rare prisoner swap with the Taliban. The men had been held captive for more than three years. The White House is dismissing skepticism surrounding President Trump's health after a recent, and unannounced hospital visit. A Colorado man, Patrick Frazee, will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his fiancé, Kelsey Berreth. This morning, around a hundred pro-democracy protesters are barricaded inside a Hong Kong university, in a tense standoff with police. CBS News has confirmed charges could come as soon as today against two of Jeffrey Epstein's guards at a jail in New York City. There are new signs today of the avalanche of backlash following Prince Andrew's BBC interview about Jeffrey Epstein.

16 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Morning News: Public impeachment hearings continue amid new revelations. A Colorado man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his fiancé.

School Matters: Khan Academy Works to Make Education Free to Anyone, Anywhere

Only on the “CBS This Morning”podcast, Khan Academy founder Sal Khan joins co-host Tony Dokoupil to discuss his organization’s mission of providing a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere through the use of videos and software. Khan acknowledges the benefits of America offering free, mass public education but also points to some of the downfalls of the American educational system. He explains why it's important for students to learn at their own pace with a goal of mastering the content, rather than needing to move on to the next lesson while still having gaps in understanding.

23 MIN2 d ago
Comments
School Matters: Khan Academy Works to Make Education Free to Anyone, Anywhere

Morning News: Tear gas and rubber bullets fired at protesters in Hong Kong. Eight witnesses to testify in impeachment hearings this week.

There is a stand-off this morning at one of Hong Kong?s universities, where protesters are facing a new ultimatum from police. Four people were killed in an ambush-style shooting overnight at a party in California. It could be a blockbuster week of testimony this week in the impeachment hearings. Prince Andrew is panned for what he said during his BBC interview about Jeffrey Epstein. We speak to the journalist who conducted that controversial interview.

16 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Morning News: Tear gas and rubber bullets fired at protesters in Hong Kong. Eight witnesses to testify in impeachment hearings this week.

Reporter's Notebook: Uncovering a Possible Pay-To-Play Scheme for Ambassador Role

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News chief investigative correspondent Jim Axelrod and CBS News producer Michael Kaplan join national correspondent Errol Barnett to discuss their investigation that uncovered a possible pay-for-play scheme involving the Republican National Committee and President Donald Trump's nominee for ambassador to the Bahamas. They share details of the emails they obtained that show the nominee, San Diego billionaire Doug Manchester, was asked by the RNC to donate half a million dollars as his confirmation in the Senate hung in the balance. Plus, Axelrod and Kaplan how America is unusual when it comes to its use of political appointees for ambassador positions.

26 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Reporter's Notebook: Uncovering a Possible Pay-To-Play Scheme for Ambassador Role

Morning News: California high school shooting kills two. Day two of historic public hearings in the house impeachment inquiry.

A student at a California high school is accused of killing two others, on his sixteenth birthday. Investigators search for a motive and we hear from two sisters who saw it all. Impeachment proceedings resume on Capitol Hill with testimony from the former ambassador to Ukraine, who says the president's lawyer plotted to get rid of her. A death row inmate in Texas whose case gained national attention could learn today whether the U.S. Supreme Court will hear his case. A manhunt is intensifying around Roanoke, Virginia, for an AWOL marine accused of murder. Venice, Italy -- already dealing with catastrophic flooding -- is bracing for a high tide today that could reach nearly twice the normal level.

16 MIN6 d ago
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Morning News: California high school shooting kills two. Day two of historic public hearings in the house impeachment inquiry.

Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief on the 'Rotten Movies We Love'

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, the editor-in-chief of the film review website Rotten Tomatoes, Joel Meares, joins CBS News' Jamie Wax to discuss their new book, "Rotten Movies We Love: Cult Classics, Underrated Gems, and Films So Bad They're Good." Meares says the book explores movies that have had "a journey since their release" and our view of them has changed with time, such as the 2009 movie "Jennifer's Body" and the 1991 Steven Spielberg film "Hook." Meares explains why critics' reviews don't always coincide with public opinion and the role of criticism in the industry.

25 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief on the 'Rotten Movies We Love'
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